When I was in Macau I had the privillege of dining at Treasure Palace, a restaurant famed for their Cantonese fare and more importantly helmed by Michelin Star Chef Mr. Tam Kwok-fung. Just in case you don’t know, Michelin Star is awarded to restaurants by the Michelin Red Guide, a series of annual guide books published by Michelin to acknowledge top restaurants and world chefs. It is one of the most recognized rating system in the world so if a chef is awarded even with a star, it indicates an exceptional quality and culinary skill in him/her.
Renowned celebrity chef Martin Yan also collaborated with Chef Tam to create a selection of lucky signature dishes featured in the “Exquisite Eight Specials” menu, designed to let visitors “taste the luck” (at the Casinos too?) at City of Dreams. This special menu will be served at Treasure Palace until the end of the year.
We were served the set course dinner, starting with the Assorted Cold Dishes Shanghainese Style as appetizers. Firstly, Cold Spiced Beef Shank and Tendon – dense and tender but not chewy, full of beefy goodness. It was easily my favorite among the appetizers.
When I was in Macau I had the privillege of dining at Treasure Palace, a restaurant famed for their Cantonese fare and m...